Chiefs for Change is a nonprofit network of diverse state and district education Chiefs dedicated to preparing all students for today’s world and tomorrow’s. We advocate for the policies and practices working for students, facilitate a robust system of peer-to-peer advising among our members, and sustain a pipeline of the next generation of Chiefs. Join us in making tomorrow’s generation better than today’s!
Chiefs for Change is seeking an individual with outstanding program and project management experience and a passion for education policy and practice. The Associate will assist with all of CFC’s policy and advocacy related programming including coordinating peer-to-peer learning opportunities, providing supports across our network of members, drafting policy summaries and briefs, developing presentations and talking points, and a variety of due diligence, research, and data analyses. Additionally, s/he will support the strategy and creation of Chiefs for Change knowledge management processes, tools, and artifacts.
Within those parameters, Chiefs for Change will consider candidates with a wide variety of skills, with a strong preference for candidates with experience working within district or state agencies or candidates with an education consulting background. Associates are based virtually, with some travel to meetings and member locations as needed.
Candidates must possess all of the following:
Candidates skills and experience may include one or more of the following:
Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.
To apply, please submit your resume and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. As we are a small team, we are not able to respond to each inquiry. We will reach out directly to those candidates we select to move forward in the interview process.
Do you have a passion for educational equity and an interest in disrupting the status quo? Do you tweet, share, and post to social media in your sleep? We’re looking for someone with a strong interest in social media marketing and someone who is excited about and understands education policy and advocacy. The social media intern will work with CFC’s Associate as well as team members across different departments to implement the organization’s social media strategy. The intern will maintain CFC’s presence on various social media platforms and help create and publish content that is relevant to our members and the organization’s beliefs. In addition, s/he will regularly analyze and report on the activity on social media networks as well as the CFC website. Our small team is hands on and would expect you to jump right in.
Analytics and Reporting
Candidates must be either graduate level students or undergraduate level students with a minimum of junior status or recent graduates within six months of completing their degrees. Other requirements include:
We require that you have your own computer or laptop to complete projects and tasks. Interns work up to 10 hours per week.
To apply, please submit your resume and a cover letter that includes your work availability to email@example.com. Please use the following naming conventions: CoverLetter_FirstNameLastName and Resume_FirstNameLastName and save the documents as pdf files. If available, please provide links to your website, blog, twitter handle, or portfolio. As we are a small team, we are not able to directly respond to each inquiry. We will reach out directly to those candidates that we select to move forward in the interview process.